Victory! ALDF Wins Freedom for Tony the Truck Stop Tiger Care2 (hat tip reader furzy mouse)
Unnatural selection: Wily weeds outwit herbicides New Scientist (hat tip reader Robert M)
Farm Antibiotics: ‘Pig Staph’ in a Daycare Worker Wired (hat tip reader Robert M)
Open Your Eyes to the Hidden Night Sky Survey (hat tip reader furzy mouse)
Five roboethical principles – for humans NewScientist (hat tip Dr. Kevin)
Deadly Silence on Fukushima Huffington Post (hat tip reader furzy mouse)
The Drudge Report Drives More Top News Traffic than Twitter or Facebook, Study Finds PBS (hat tip reader furzy mouse)
Osama bin Laden mission agreed in secret 10 years ago by US and Pakistan Guardian (hat tip Buzz Potamkin)
Twitter Posts Mean ‘Nightmare’ Enforcing U.K. Super-Injunctions Bloomberg. Note our Richard Smith helped start this trend with his RBS post!
The moral of this PPI tale: don’t rip off your customers Nils Prately, Guardian. Richard Smith notes:
Apparently they think ripping off their customers needs to be against a specific rule, otherwise it’s OK by them. And yet they think “no retrospection” is a principle to be held out for.
Laughably flagrant: rules when it suits them, and principles when it doesn’t.
S&P moves to cut Greek credit rating Financial Times
Wisconsin-Style Occupation Planned in California The Nation (hat tip reader furzy mouse)
In rural Illinois, money talks, defendants walk McClatchy (hat tip Buzz Potamkin)
US Chamber Freaks Out Over Modest Obama Proposal That Would Require Gov’t Contractors To Disclose Campaign Spending AlterNet (hat tip reader furzy mouse)
Consistency Ed Harrison
The quality of muddling Steve Waldman
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